The weeks of rain did not deter six walkers who met at Campsie Station

Two Valley Trail is a 13km walk linking Campsie to Bexley North via a riverside trail that passes through Canterbury, Undercliffe and Bardwell Park. The park is a very special area, forming a vital vegetation corridor that assists native plants to survive because of its dense bush habitat for the insects and birds that pollinate the plants.

We walked down South Parade to Tasker Park to join the Cooks River cycle path.  The path follows the river through a corridor of green space and attractive parklands flanked by mangroves and native plants.

We crossed the river to walk along a wide concrete path beside the river which was almost lapping the edge.  The path took us under Canterbury Rd and along to the Sugar House which was originally built as a sugar mill in 1840-1842 and converted to residential units in 2002.  After crossing back to the other side we walked to Ewen Park situated on one of the most beautiful bends in the river. After crossing Wardell Rd we had morning tea in Beaman Park.   

As the weather was showery and windy we decided to finish at Café Green House in Gough Whitlam Park and return by Tempe Station, leaving the bushland Wolli Creek track for drier weather.                                                                           

Cloudy weather and light showers were interspersed with blue sky.

All walkers were glad to enjoy the morning out in good company.

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 The leaders (Anne G and Annette E) led Lyndy, Elizabeth, and visitors Rick and Carol.

Photographer: Rick

Words: Anne G